Cyberpatterns: Unifying Design Patterns with Security and

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The (i, j) entry in this matrix is just the coefficient in the j’th relation of the term corresponding to row i. The diagonal entries of the matrix P are all equal to p, and the diagonal entries of the matrix E correspond to the bounds on the terms associated with each row. Specifically, if the term which is associated with row i is bounded by B, then entry (i, i) in E is equal to 1/B. That is, the row corresponding to the constant term has diagonal entry 1, rows corresponding to i have diagonal entries 1/2m−k , and rows corresponding to 0 j have diagonal entries 1/22(m−k) .

This is because we can set β βr yi = (xi + s) · r−1 and then we have α+y = (αr+s)+x . 4, it follows that this problem is infeasible to solve when the number of “missing bits” is more than m/2 (as opposed to 2m/3 for the original MIHNP). This means that we may be able to output as many The Modular Inversion Hidden Number Problem 49 as m/2 − r bits for security level of 2r . Assuming that we still set r = k, this argument suggests that we must set m (the size of our prime) so that k ≤ m/2−k, or m ≥ 4k.

Dm−1 ∈ [ϕ(N )] arbitrarily, we obtain a congruence of the form fm dm ≡ D (mod ϕ(N )) which has at most gcd(fm , ϕ(N )) ≤ fm < 2 solutions dm ∈ [ϕ(N )]. Finally, for any of ϕ(N )m−2 possible choices of dm+1 , . . , d2m−2 ∈ m−2 the equation (7) gives at most one value for dm−1 and then the second [ϕ(N )] congruence in (4) gives us at most gcd(f2m , ϕ(N )) ≤ f2m < 2 possible values for d2m . So the total number of solutions for such u is at most 22 ϕ(N )2m−3 . The total number of such vectors is at most U 2m .

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